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Noun: wrack  rak
  1. Dried seaweed especially that cast ashore
  2. The destruction or collapse of something
    "wrack and ruin";
    - rack
  3. Growth of marine vegetation especially of the large forms such as rockweeds and kelp
    - sea wrack
Verb: wrack  rak
  1. Torment emotionally or mentally
    - torment, torture, excruciate, rack
  2. [archaic] Smash or break forcefully
    - bust up [informal], wreck

Sounds like: rabbits, rabbets

Derived forms: wracked, wracking, wracks

Type of: anguish, demolition, destroy, destruction, hurt, pain, ruin, seaweed, wipeout

Encyclopedia: Wrack